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12/15/2017

(August-October) The Ocracoke Shipwreck Survey seeks to discover the remains of America's lost maritime heritage through exploration and discovery of submerged cultural resources, primarily focusing on shipwrecks.
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12/15/2017

(July) Join our scientists as they explore the fascinating phenomenon of bioluminescence, rarely found on land, yet common in species throughout the world ocean.
NOAA
12/15/2017

(August) During the 2009 Russian-American Long-Term Census of the Arctic (RUSALCA) expedition, scientists will again visit the Bering Strait and northwards to the Pacific side of the Arctic Ocean, as they did in 2004.
NOAA
12/14/2017

(November 2001) is an electro-optic imaging technique designed to provide the efficiency and spatial coverage of a remote survey system, at an image resolution approaching that of visual observations. It was field tested off the California coast
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12/14/2017

(June - July) An international team of engineers, geologists, geochemists, and historians explored deep sites within Greek national waters.
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12/14/2017

(August) A team improved our understanding of the sources of ocean noise by installing a vertical hydrophone array off the coast of central California.
NOAA
12/13/2017

From watching whales to searching for dolphins: Foster Scholar Tammy Silva s scientific career revolves around Stellwagen Bank
It was the first time anyone had tried listening for dolphins in Massachusetts Bay. Tammy Silva scrolled through sound recordings and spectrograms for months, seeing nothing. Then, she found it. The right kind of squiggly lines and corresponding wh
NOAA
12/13/2017

(August-October) Join scientists as they explore Mid-Atlantic deepwater, hard bottom canyons off the coasts of Viginia and Maryland.
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12/13/2017

(August) Telepresence technology is used to provide scientists and the public video, images and data in real time.
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12/13/2017

(November - December) A team travels to the Antarctic to study the dynamic tectonic and volcanic environment of the Bransfield Strait and Drake Passage.

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